Maggy Whitehouse

What Is The Kabbalah?

Oct 10th, 2015 | By

Kabbalah is a Hebrew word meaning ‘receive’ and this ancient mystical tradition is all about creating balance in the self so that we are clear conduits to receive and pass on Source energy. At the root of the teaching is clearing old, unhelpful beliefs from the ego so that Divine love can fill us to

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Commitment by Maggy Whitehouse

Sep 7th, 2015 | By

Commitment, and the self-discipline it requires, are the hardest part of spiritual development. It’s commitment that makes you do the meditation, do the follow-up work and take the time to process and eliminate whatever it is that now, obviously, has to go. It is lack of commitment that says ‘I meant to do it and

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Crucifixion and Resurrection by Maggy Whitehouse

Aug 12th, 2015 | By

Crucifixion and Resurrection ‘I shall not die; but live to declare the works of the Lord.’ Those were the words my trembling finger landed on when I opened the Bible at random with my heart in pieces. I had been married for seven months and Henry, my husband, had just been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

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Chemicalisation by Maggy Whitehouse

Jul 1st, 2015 | By

Chemicalisation It was a wonderful workshop; you felt truly inspired and you got a whole load of tools to use to transform your life. This was really going to change everything and bring you the prosperous, joyous, loving lifestyle you so dearly want. That glorious feeling lasts for about a week and then, for no

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St. Paul and the Women by Maggy Whitehouse

Jun 8th, 2015 | By

St. Paul and the Women I was never fond of St. Paul. His teachings on money and on women were always a challenge and I always wondered how he got the ascendency over the disciples who actually knew Jesus and managed to kick-start Christianity virtually single-handed. But when I wrote Leaves of the Tree, a novel

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Resistance is Futile by Maggy Whitehouse

May 6th, 2015 | By

Resistance is Futile… from Credit Crunch to Pure Prosperity. “Resistance is futile” was practically the motto for the Borg in the TV series and movies of Star Trek. Actually resistance is very, very useful — to the ego, the family and to the tribe.  It’s worse than futile to the soul. It works to maintain

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